About Tracey

Tracey is a Senior Associate at Lupton Fawcett in the Personal Injury Department. She has a broad range of experience across the whole spectrum of personal injury work but has a particular expertise in multi track claims.

Tracey has extensive experience acting for Claimants with chronic pain, spinal injuries, amputations, serious upper limb/ hand injuries and scarring cases.

She has worked as a personal injury solicitor for 20 years and is well regarded for her easy rapport with clients and her ability to bring Defendants to the table by way of joint settlement meetings.

She is focussed on providing a fully rounded approach to ensure victims of accidents return to work and normal life as quickly as possible, as well as securing fair and proper compensation for their injuries and losses.

When not at work

Tracey enjoys most sports especially football and tennis and was known as ‘Golden Boots’ during her time playing for the Lupton Fawcett’s Ladies Team. She also enjoys music concerts and festivals, although her Glastonbury days are long gone!

Professional Societies

  • Law Society
  • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers


  • Serious Road Traffic Accidents
  • Employers Liability
  • Public Liability
  • Holiday Claims
  • Fatal Accidents
  • Product Liability
  • Sports Injuries
  • Industrial Disease

Contact Staff Member

Thank you so much Tracey for your patience, understanding and professionalism over the last four years. You have helped make a difficult time more bearable.

Wendy Carr


Graduated in Law from University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Qualified as a Solicitor with Colemans (now CTTS Solicitors)

Joined Coleman & Tilley as a Solicitor (now CTTS Solicitors)

Joined Lupton Fawcett as a Solicitor

Promoted to Associate

Became Senior Associate

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